Arthur "Artie" Joseph Jr.

December 12, 1956November 22, 2018

Arthur Joseph, Jr. passed away suddenly on November 22, 2018 at his home in Eastham. Arthur was born is Hyannis, MA on December 12, 1956. Arthur leaves behind his loving wife Jody (Coats) Joseph, and his children. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Monday, December 3, 2018 at 11:00am at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Wellfleet, MA. Burial will follow at Sacred Heart Cemetery, Truro, MA. For online condolences please visit



  • Mass of Christian Burial Monday, December 3, 2018


  • Committal Service

Arthur "Artie" Joseph Jr.

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December 3, 2018

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December 1, 2018
Share your favorite memory. How do you pick a favorite one from a life time of memories. They range from the partying and wild day's when we were young. The kids being born. Hunting, Fishing, Water skiing when the kids were little to watching them all have kids of there own. Artie is one of my best friends and the thing that I liked most about him was he was real. Whether we were laughing or mad at each other ( both of which happen a lot when you have a life long friend) hunting , working or whatever we were doing, what you saw is what you got. Never did he pretend to be something he wasn't right, wrong or indifferent,
He told me on more then one occasion that no one will remember me when I'm gone. I never responded to the comment partly because I didn't think it deserved a response but mostly because that's just what guys do. My better half says that the problem with men is they don't know how to communicate . I prefer sophisticated conversationalists. The muttering of eight little words to a women is just the start of the conversation but to a man it can be the summation of ones entire existence from his accomplishments to his short comings to his worth as a human being ( No one is going to remember me when I'm gone.) Arthur Joseph you are one of my best friend and I will miss you very much. I can assure you that I for one will remember.

Brenda Martinez

December 1, 2018

RIP brother... I love you!